BioMolecular Aided Regeneration

Various innovative molecules have been developed that fool the body into forming new bone, cementum, and attachment fibers, hence promoting periodontal regeneration. One kind of molecule called Enamel matrix proteins (amelogenins) are taken from developing porcine tooth buds.

By reintroducing EMP, you are signaling a biologic response from the body to do what it did naturally during creation. Enamel matrix proteins are only in the body at this time of creation. In tooth development, the secretion of these proteins onto the developing root surface precedes the formation of tooth attachment.


A similar action occurs when the proteins are placed on a root surface that has lost bone

and attachment from disease. When applied to the root surface during surgery, these proteins assemble into an insoluble matrix layer that promotes the attachment of mesenchymal cells. These cells produce new matrix components and growth factors that participate in the regain of tooth attachment.